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Dec 3, 2012 1:00pm PST
reject this resolution. >> thank you, mr. christianson. >> yes, hello, i'm mark christianson, nearby neighbor. regarding this property it was sold to lee an lee and at the time of the sale mr. tom gianella specifically told the purchaser it was too small to build on. yet plans were submitted and approved on the undersized lot. the structure is built and lo and behold it was determined that it shouldn't have been built in the first place because, a, a portion of the building encroaches 3 feet in the public right of way, 6 feet at level 2, and also the other side of the building encroaches on property lying on mr. gianella's property. he has a lawsuit pending. these two factors along with the size of the lot to begin with should have halted construction of the building. not only that it is subdivided into 3 units, totally illegal. not only that, the owner-developer failed to complete the building with sidewalk in front of the building. as of today there is still no sidewalk. lee an lee continues to laugh about this all the way to the bank. wow. now, despite the serious building code vi
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